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The Indie Author’s Guide to Book Editing: How to Find, Hire, and Work with the Right Editor for Your Manuscript
“The first critical step in self-publishing your book is finding a great editor. Sarah’s book will pay for itself 100 times over.”—Mark Levine, CEO of Hillcrest Media Group and author of The Fine Print of Self-Publishing For authors new to independent publishing, the idea of hiring a professional editor can be daunting. Concerns may include:
Need to get the most out of the world's simplest accounting software? Easy. Xero has revolutionised the world of accounting software. Completely cloud-based, it lets small business owners monitor their finances in real time and promises to reduce the need for endless back-ups, data entry and software upgrades. Xero For Dummies gives readers a user-friendly, in-depth understanding of how the software works and shows them how to use it efficiently, effectively, and strategically.
In the year 2044, Mya Brand lives in New York City and pursues her passion—trying to digitally save the life story of every human on the planet before climate change makes Earth un-liveable. Recovering from a failed marriage, she stays laser-focused on her mission. With support from her actress best friend and bartender buddy, she is rebuilding her life and trying to heal her hard shell.
Nicole is on her way to a secluded retreat owned by her cousin when her car dies, leaving her stranded in unfamiliar territory. A stranger appears from the darkness. She is initially frightened by him, but as they talk she becomes intrigued. When she reaches her destination, she finds out from her coworkers he is considered a scarred and dangerous man. Finn has chosen a solitary existence after the car wreck that killed his family and disfigured his face. He'd rather be alone than face another...
After the running boom of the 1980s, British marathon running standards gradually started to decline. This was despite the continued advancements in scientific backup, training methods, equipment, full-time professionalism and sponsorship. As a consequence, in the late 1990s, Gabrielle Collison decided to research the factors as to why this was happening and conducted interviews with some of the top British marathon runners from the previous era.
Kelly is not happy to hear that Hudson Industries is coming to her small town of Cedar Grove. But when Luke Hudson, sexy CEO, sweeps into town, she finds herself drawn to his powerful charisma and dangerous good looks. He's a big man with serious swagger. It's no wonder she finds him hard to resist. Luke is not looking for love, but there is something about this lovely woman. He wants to know more about the mysterious chemistry between him and Kelly. And it doesn't bother him one bit that she...
We all know someone for whom life seems effortless; their career rises consistently and in harmony with their charmingly idyllic family life, while you run breathless to meetings, baby sick on your collar worrying about the non-existent University fund you have for the kids you are not spending enough time with. We all long to know the secret to an easy life, the key to having it all, everyday, in a composed, dignified way that even leaves time for our wildest dreams to be fulfilled as well.
One young man dying of cancer. One struggling journalist. A group of single Londoners. One night that changes everything... Glamorous and sexy tale about dating in London, with a medical twist. "A blinder of a tale" says The Sun.
Julie is in no mood for murder! When Tom goes away on a business trip, Julie seizes the opportunity to spend some time in the country with her friend Isobel. She is longing just for a rest and a chance to catch up. But all is not what it seems. Julie is disturbed by the strange events in her friend's life and Isobel's reluctance to talk about them. The tension mounts until a body is found on Isobel's land, and once again, through no fault of her own, Julie finds herself right at the centre of...
When Alice Hart's husband runs off with his secretary, she runs off with his dog to lick her wounds in a North Yorkshire village. Battling with loneliness but trying to make the best of her new start, she soon meets her neighbours, including the drop dead gorgeous builder Richard Wainwright and the kindly yet reticent cafe owner, Owen Maltby.